"I think that I have come too far to be anxious and not trust the people that I have opted to work with."
Episodes to be broadcast simultaneously in Pakistan as well as Turkey and slotted for release in 2023.
The designer gets candid about collaborating with Esra Bilgic, weathering a pandemic as a workaholic and the rise of e-commerce
The reign of the coronavirus, it seems, is yet to be over.
At some point during the initial wave, Mahira Khan had pondered, “If a life-threatening virus can’t make us kinder, what will?”
After a particularly tough year, the duo, making a comeback to TV with PSM, are feeling hopeful again
Critical success doesn't pay the bills. So does this ratings race mean that TV is perpetually doomed to air generic content?
Who better to do it than Ansari who is also behind designing the uniform for PIA's cabin crew?
"I was representing my country internationally and it just made me want to do more, work harder and bring more pride to Pakistan.”
That gorgeous shawl was entirely hand embroidered!
"Women feel insecure anywhere in the world, where they may become victims of predatory behaviour,” says the actor.
"In countries where this industry is flourishing you won't be able to function if an actor says that I can only come after 1pm."
While it may seem unfathomable with Covid-19 still running lose, it’s going to be a live ceremony in Istanbul.
There is a lot more to Subasi than the fiery tribeswoman, in traditional headgear, fighting the Mongols in Drilis: Ertugrul.
It makes for a riveting watch because lately, very few dramas have served up feel-good, romantic, storylines the way it does.
Her focus, instead, has been on building her customer-base and it has worked well for her.
Directed by Mehreen Jabbar, the series premieres today on the online streaming platform.
“I hope that by summer next year, life would have normalised,” says the director optimistically.
There was tons of standard, pretty, wedding fare on display but the show would have benefitted with a few cutting-edge silhouettes
Did she expect Ertugrul to become such a hit outside of Turkey? “No, but I understand why so many people love it,” smiles Konul.